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Be ready, something awesome is going to put you on the top!

We are a creative educational and social networking community through learning and opportunity in design, technology, and business.

Our website & programs are coming soon on this September!


For more info:
M. contact@lingkaran.co
W. www.lingkaran.co
f. lingkaran.co
t. @lingkarandotco
Ig. @lingkaran.co

peopletalks:

Darius Jago - Elder of Mbare Towang Tribe at Nagakeo, Flores, NTT.
He is one of the elder of Mbare Towang Tribe. He helped the chief to organize everything related to the mores. And he was pleased to telling stories about the origin of his tribe and relations with the other tribes in Indonesia.
"You should know about your family tree and your history as well, so you can know yourself better."

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Darius Jago - Elder of Mbare Towang Tribe at Nagakeo, Flores, NTT.

He is one of the elder of Mbare Towang Tribe. He helped the chief to organize everything related to the mores. And he was pleased to telling stories about the origin of his tribe and relations with the other tribes in Indonesia.

"You should know about your family tree and your history as well, so you can know yourself better."

peopletalks:

Jeremias Pah - Sasando Master at Kupang, NTT.
Jeremias Pah is one of the living legend in eastern Indonesia. He is a sasando master. Due to playing sasando, he’s been around major cities in the world.
Sasando is a well-known musical instrument originating from Rote Island. The main part of the sasando is a bamboo tube that serves as the frame of the instrument. The stringed bamboo tube is surrounded by a bag-like fan of dried lontar or palmyra leafs, which functions as the resonator of the instrument. With his touch, he made this traditional music instrument survive in this modern era. He adapted the old one into the electric sasando.
He grew up in artsy family. The men from his family usually make and play the sasando, while the women make weaving cloth and other crafts.
"My family has played Sasando hereditary since my great grandfather. If it isn’t me, then who else will preserve this cultural heritage. And now it’s my turn to pass it down to my son."

peopletalks:

Jeremias Pah - Sasando Master at Kupang, NTT.

Jeremias Pah is one of the living legend in eastern Indonesia. He is a sasando master. Due to playing sasando, he’s been around major cities in the world.

Sasando is a well-known musical instrument originating from Rote Island. The main part of the sasando is a bamboo tube that serves as the frame of the instrument. The stringed bamboo tube is surrounded by a bag-like fan of dried lontar or palmyra leafs, which functions as the resonator of the instrument.
With his touch, he made this traditional music instrument survive in this modern era. He adapted the old one into the electric sasando.

He grew up in artsy family. The men from his family usually make and play the sasando, while the women make weaving cloth and other crafts.

"My family has played Sasando hereditary since my great grandfather. If it isn’t me, then who else will preserve this cultural heritage. And now it’s my turn to pass it down to my son."

peopletalks:

Ucok - Caver at Buniayu Cave, Sukabumi.
Ucok is one of the cave guides at Buniayu Caving & Adventures. He joined in Indonesia Caver Society and he’s been doing this since long time ago.
He said that there are about 80 caves around there. But only 4 caves that have been explored.
"Every cave that has been explored by humans, the growth and life within it will be inhibited. We have to keep the balance of nature."
The darkness in the cave exceeds when we close our eyes. It is an absolute eternal darkness. But he had to familiarize himself to it.
"Know your earth well before you are interred into it"

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Ucok - Caver at Buniayu Cave, Sukabumi.

Ucok is one of the cave guides at Buniayu Caving & Adventures. He joined in Indonesia Caver Society and he’s been doing this since long time ago.

He said that there are about 80 caves around there. But only 4 caves that have been explored.

"Every cave that has been explored by humans, the growth and life within it will be inhibited. We have to keep the balance of nature."

The darkness in the cave exceeds when we close our eyes. It is an absolute eternal darkness. But he had to familiarize himself to it.

"Know your earth well before you are interred into it"

peopletalks:

Suhadi - Street’s Coffee Seller at Pancoran Fly Over, Jakarta

It was raining when Suhadi parked his bike under Pancoran flyover. Turns out that the rain benefits him, a few people bought Suhadi’s coffee while waiting for the rain to stop.

"Selling coffee with just a simple cart-bike is more efficient without having to change the function of our sidewalk. If a police officer scolded me, I would just be friendly to him."

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Suhadi - Street’s Coffee Seller at Pancoran Fly Over, Jakarta
It was raining when Suhadi parked his bike under Pancoran flyover. Turns out that the rain benefits him, a few people bought Suhadi’s coffee while waiting for the rain to stop.
"Selling coffee with just a simple cart-bike is more efficient without having to change the function of our sidewalk. If a police officer scolded me, I would just be friendly to him."

peopletalks:

Pak Sukaimi - Head Chef at Kereta Api Indonesia
He has been working for the past 23 years at Kereta Api Indonesia. It all started by following his Dad’s path. Now, his daughter also works as a stewardess on the same train as him.
"I’m responsible for the food that being delivered to every passenger on the train. I love my job, to serve people. I get to meet a lot of different people every day and it makes me happy."

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Pak Sukaimi - Head Chef at Kereta Api Indonesia

He has been working for the past 23 years at Kereta Api Indonesia. It all started by following his Dad’s path. Now, his daughter also works as a stewardess on the same train as him.

"I’m responsible for the food that being delivered to every passenger on the train. I love my job, to serve people. I get to meet a lot of different people every day and it makes me happy."

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Baong - Tarot Reader at Kota Tua, Jakarta.
Baong was from Sampit’s tribe, Central Kalimantan. He migrated to Jakarta because of Sampit conflict in February 2001. It was an outbreak of inter-ethnic violence, between the indigenous Dayak people and the migrant Madurese from the island of Madura.
He broguht his 5 wives and also sorcery gift from anchestor in his tribe. Besides tarot reader, he could tell fortunes as well. Next week he will go to Singapore and Bali for helping his relation there for their fortune in business.
"Making money is an easy thing. But helping people, that’s the difficult one."

peopletalks:

Baong - Tarot Reader at Kota Tua, Jakarta.

Baong was from Sampit’s tribe, Central Kalimantan. He migrated to Jakarta because of Sampit conflict in February 2001. It was an outbreak of inter-ethnic violence, between the indigenous Dayak people and the migrant Madurese from the island of Madura.

He broguht his 5 wives and also sorcery gift from anchestor in his tribe. Besides tarot reader, he could tell fortunes as well. Next week he will go to Singapore and Bali for helping his relation there for their fortune in business.

"Making money is an easy thing. But helping people, that’s the difficult one."

peopletalks:

Pak Eman - Farmer at Telaga Warna, Dieng
Along with his two children, he plants vegetables daily. On weekend, he cathces fishes near the lake so he could either sell it to the locals or simply feed the whole family with extra meals.
"I live within nature. People nowadays couldn’t care less about the importance of being around nature. Or maybe because simply they choose not to care at all."

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Pak Eman - Farmer at Telaga Warna, Dieng

Along with his two children, he plants vegetables daily. On weekend, he cathces fishes near the lake so he could either sell it to the locals or simply feed the whole family with extra meals.

"I live within nature. People nowadays couldn’t care less about the importance of being around nature. Or maybe because simply they choose not to care at all."

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Bu Kokom - Housewife live at Jakarta Suburbs
She was smoking her last ciggarate while I stopped by at her house. She invited me to join her for a short conversation.
Bu Kokom live in a small wooden house around the suburb area.
"Since my husband passed away, I just live by myself but it doesn’t make me feel so lonely. I still have a vegetable garden and 3 cats to be taken care of."

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Bu Kokom - Housewife live at Jakarta Suburbs

She was smoking her last ciggarate while I stopped by at her house. She invited me to join her for a short conversation.

Bu Kokom live in a small wooden house around the suburb area.

"Since my husband passed away, I just live by myself but it doesn’t make me feel so lonely. I still have a vegetable garden and 3 cats to be taken care of."

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Icha - Temporary Tattoo Artist - Kota Tua, Jakarta
Icha got her bachelor’s degrees in accounting, cinematography, criminology, and her master in finance.
"It was my indigo, to not stop studying."
She was taking her days off for 5 months from Unilever. And she was very excited because next week she will meet her friend.
"Next week I’ll be rich. My friend’s father, one of member of ACDC band, will give me and my brother 1 million $. But I’m just gonna ask for 100.000 $, to buy laptop, apartment, handphone, land rover, and also I’ll open my own boutique."

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Icha - Temporary Tattoo Artist - Kota Tua, Jakarta

Icha got her bachelor’s degrees in accounting, cinematography, criminology, and her master in finance.

"It was my indigo, to not stop studying."

She was taking her days off for 5 months from Unilever. And she was very excited because next week she will meet her friend.

"Next week I’ll be rich. My friend’s father, one of member of ACDC band, will give me and my brother 1 million $. But I’m just gonna ask for 100.000 $, to buy laptop, apartment, handphone, land rover, and also I’ll open my own boutique."